Check Out The WFRP Gamemaster's Screen

Cubicle 7's Warhammer Fantasy Role-play Gamemaster's Screen has gone to the printers. It is accompanied by a 32-page Gamemaster's Guide which includes "practical tips, clever tricks and optional rules, and indispensable articles".

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Striking and sturdy, like Altdorf’s reliable redoubts, the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Gamemaster’s Screenprovides a succinct summary of WFRP’s important rules alongside an essential range of Gamemaster’s tools. With breathtaking artwork of the Old World’s festering cities on one side; important tables, references and rules on the other – the GM Screen is an ideal component to keep all your nefarious plans hidden from your players’ prying eyes.

Accompanying the screen is the Gamemaster’s Guide, a 32-page booklet packed with practical tips, clever tricks and optional rules, and indispensable articles for GMs both new and old. The Gamemaster’s Guide and the Gamemaster’s Screen will expand your campaigns in new, innovative and exciting directions.

The Gamemaster’s Screen and Gamemaster’s Guide includes:

  • A four-panel standing screen packed with common rules, tables, and NPC aids
  • GM specific advice on themes, techniques, and keeping players challenged and engaged
  • Expanded advice on WFRP core concepts, including Combat, Advantage and Motivations
  • Optional rules to help streamline large combats
  • A host of new random tables, including Doomings, Motivations, adventure seeds and more!
The WFRP Gamemaster’s Screen is an indispensable addition to every GM’s arsenal. Regardless of style of play or experience level, the GM screen contains a wealth of useful articles, tools and new rules to expand your WFRP’s games.
 
Russ Morrissey

Comments

jedijon

Explorer
I’ll admit I’m eyeing this image as the backdrop for an entirely fantastic n-scale railroad. People who model the real world have photographic background panels behind their buildings and scenery.

I doubt it would work as is—but enlarged versions of some high res images would probably do it. Then I just need to track down similar material for the rest of the space...could need some 30’ of illustration! What a project!
 

imagineGod

Explorer
I really like the idea of more random tables and tools to help GMs generate new adventure hooks.

Wish Cubicle7 will publish more print edition books with maps like the City of Middenheim and City of Altdorf.
 

Nitehood62

Villager
I’ll admit I’m eyeing this image as the backdrop for an entirely fantastic n-scale railroad. People who model the real world have photographic background panels behind their buildings and scenery.

I doubt it would work as is—but enlarged versions of some high res images would probably do it. Then I just need to track down similar material for the rest of the space...could need some 30’ of illustration! What a project!
That would be Awesome to see a steam train go through that scene!
 

Nitehood62

Villager
I love their stuff just wish they would get the hardcopies of the Enemy Within out and to the printer. I'm starting to worry they won't pull through.
I have not gotten my Enemy Within yet. I am afraid I will start the campaign and get to a point where the other pieces of the campaign are not out yet. If I put the campaign on hold, we may never get back to it.
 

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